You would like this class if you are interested in:
  • Working in a Restaurant or Hotel
  • Visiting Theme Parks and Participating in Recreational Events
  • Learning how to Operate and Run a Business  
Key things that you will learn in the class:
  • The Fundamentals of Business Accounting
  • Managing, Marketing, and Operating restaurants and other Food/Beverage Service
  • Event Planning, Catering, Hotel, Travel and Tourism Services 
  • Communication & High Quality Customer Service Skills
What will you leave the class with:
  • ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification
  • Management Skills
  • Health and Safety Guidelines for Food Service Operations  
What jobs you could start with after graduation:
  • Hotel Front Desk Agent
  • Various Food Service Positions
  • Event Planner/ Caterer
  • Various Customer Service Representative positions


Etinne Walker

This exciting and captivating industry provides opportunities for work in both exotic and neighborhood locations. Employment possibilities are endless for both college and workforce-bound high school graduates. Hospitality is the business of serving other people. Students in the
hospitality program apply classroom training to real-world applications at the Curtis Culwell Center (event center), local hotels, and the in-house Coffee Shop and Bistro. Business principles of accounting, marketing, human resources, and management are covered in class discussions and then put into practice at one of the local businesses partnering with the GRCTC. Students
attain industry-recognized certifications that will result in additional college and career opportunities.